Amid the swirl of opinions that follow every fluctuation in Herbalife stock, a rare piece of commentary from one of the company’s own executives appeared recently in the Los Angeles Daily News.
FORTUNE recently named Avon CEO Sheri McCoy to its list of “The 50 Most Powerful Women in Business: Global Edition.” McCoy ranks No. 19, followed by Google SVP Susan Wojcicki at No. 20. GM’s Mary Barra, IBM’s Ginni Rometty and PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi hold the top three spots on the list.
The industry’s top revenue-generating company for 2012 has announced another year of record sales. Amway reported its seventh consecutive year of growth with annual sales of $11.8 billion for 2013, up from $11.3 billion the previous year.
Nu Skin’s China business recently came under the scrutiny of state regulators as a result of a Jan. 15 article from China’s People’s Daily criticizing the company’s practices. China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce said it would investigate the company’s operations, prompting a 33 percent decline in Nu Skin shares over the following two days.
Home fragrance and décor company PartyLite recently announced its collaboration with potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler. Adler is teaming up with PartyLite to produce an exclusive line of candles, fragrances and home décor.
U.S. News & World Report recently evaluated 32 of the most popular diets to identify and rank the best eating plans available.
As the first quarter of 2014 commences, the retail industry is undergoing a wave of store closings following a lackluster holiday season.
Health and wellness company 4Life Research recently received the Nutrition Business Journal's 2013 Philanthropy Award, in recognition of its efforts to supply nutrition, shelter and education to children around the world.
Since the first pearlized pink Cadillac hit the streets in 1969, the distinctive luxury car has represented a symbol of achievement to generations of Mary Kay consultants. This month the 50-year-old company unveiled a new look with the latest addition to its Career Car program, a sleek black BMW 320i.
During a recent Rodan + Fields Leadership Summit in Nashville, one of the company’s top 10 markets, Chairman Amnon Rodan and President and CEO Lori Bush shared insights on the company’s evolution and business model in a Q&A for The Tennessean.